Pumpkin Trinity by Ravensdaughter

Happy Samhain, Happy New Year, Happy Halloween! Randi ThorneauRandi Thorneau loves to write product reviews. Reach out to her through the main submissions email for Celtic Nations Magazine – celticnationsmagazine@gmail.comContinue Reading

Will ‘o the Wisp by Arian Niwl   Now Tom was a fine man oh so rare Handsome of features with ginger hair And a big heart that was friendly and fair   Now each maiden from young to old From one’s so shy, to those so bold Raven hairedContinue Reading

“A Night at the Mine” by Kieron Baird    The three teenagers made their way through the small woods and onwards to the abandoned coal mine. It wasn’t too far from their homes and provided a great escape. No prying parents or nosy neighbours with their judgmental eyes. It wasContinue Reading

The pwca, or in Ireland the púca, and other names across the Celtic world, are spirits that can be either beneficial or malevolent. Púca are noted for taking on the shape of animals – primarily a horse – and then taking the rider for the nasty ride of their life.Continue Reading

Rare Halloween ‘Blue Moon’ is a spooky treat for us all By Mike Wall It’s especially great for all the werewolves out there. Skywatchers, ghouls and (especially) werewolves take note: The moon will be full this Halloween night across the entire United States. This is a truly special confluence ofContinue Reading

A collection of Samhain Blesssings from around the Web. Randi ThorneauRandi Thorneau loves to write product reviews. Reach out to her through the main submissions email for Celtic Nations Magazine – celticnationsmagazine@gmail.comContinue Reading

Maireid Sullivan

The Spirit of Communication and ‘The Craic’By Mairéid Sullivan, 1996 Recently I was asked what I thought has survived of ancient Celtic tradition in the same way that Yoga and Ayurvedic medicine have survived in ancient Indian tradition and Confucian philosophy and Acupuncture have survived in Chinese tradition. And theContinue Reading

At first glance the Witham Shield is covered in swirls and curls, maybe a cow or two. However, on closer inspection most of that swirling form is a series of birds and beasts carefully crafted by Iron Age Britons. There’s even a boar that was almost lost to the passagesContinue Reading